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     Tickets are sold at the door beforehand. The cost is $4 for general admission; those 55 and older, students with current school identification cards and members of either Friends of the Planetarium or the High Desert Astronomical Society pay  $2.50 each.
     Future shows are Cosmic Catastrophes, Sept. 12; Seeing the Invisible Universe, Sept. 26; The Explorers of Mauna Kea, Oct. 10;  More Than Meets the Eye, Oct. 24; Hubble Vision, Nov. 7; Ancient Horizons, Nov. 21; and 'Tis the Season, Dec. 5.
     For more information, or to check for any updates or changes to the schedule, call the Astronomy Department at extension 2324. The planetarium also can host daytime programs for  classes and other youth/adult non-profit organizations by advance arrangement. Leave a message with mailing address.

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     Micah Collard, Auxiliary Services student worker, said that campus directories have been a goal for the Associated Student Body Council for the past two years. The council has finally seen their goal come to fruition with the help of other campus entities.
     Collard said that Robert Sewell, director of Auxiliary Services, and Lisa Benson of Mojave Copy and Printing designed the directories. ASB funded the small directories, and VVC's Auxiliary Services and Maintenance and Operations funded the five large ones.
     Mojave Copy and Printing produced the small directories, and High Tech Signs printed the five large ones and also made thedirectory displays.
     VVC Webmaster Eileen Do is putting a directory on the campus website.